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mama British & World English

One’s mother (especially as a child’s term)

mama-san British & World English

(In Japan and East Asia) a woman in a position of authority, especially one in charge of a geisha house or bar

mama's boy British & World English

US term for mummy's boy.

mummy's boy British & World English

A boy or man who is excessively influenced by or attached to his mother

mama's boy in mummy's boy British & World English

A boy or man who is excessively influenced by or attached to his mother

mama English-Spanish

→ momma

mamá Spanish-English

mom, mum

ya dice 'mamá' in decir Spanish-English

he says ‘mama’ now

mamá, aúpame que no llego in aupar Spanish-English

mommy, lift me up, I can't reach

todo para la futura mamá in futuro Spanish-English

everything for the mother-to-be

el que no llora, no mama in llorar Spanish-English

if you don't ask, you don't get

es un pegote de la mamá in pegote Spanish-English

he's tied to his mother's apron strings

mamá va a hacer chas chas in chas chas Spanish-English

Mommy's going to smack your bottom

creerse la mamá de los pollitos in mamá Spanish-English

to think one is the bee's knees

se lo contaré a tu mamá y apróntate in aprontar Spanish-English

I'll tell your mother and then you'll be for it